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2012 – We’re all going to die… well, not really.

 

“2012” – We’re all going to die… well, not really.

NASA has been answering questions about a planet called Nibiru which will collide with Earth and destroy us all. Yes, you read right. There are people who believe this. Seriously.

OK, so NASA’s David Morrison has gone on record and addressed concerns about the end of the Earth on December 2012. He says none of this will happen. For some reason… When it comes to believing Ronald Emmerich or David Morrison, we choose the latter.

Beside Nibiru there are concerns about Pole Flippage and Planetary Alignments. All of these are bogus fears and he debunks these.

The only thing we at Bitter Balcony consider a threat to mankind is:

1. Michael Bay continues to make movies.
2. Stephen Sommers continues to make movies – which is worse than Michael Bay.
3. “Twilight” is a massive cash cow and the shrieking teens in the theater could cause a global meltdown due to the harmonic resonance caused by the shrieking of people who have no taste in movies and/or vampire flicks.

This is all fine and dandy. And although people are foolish to believe this 2012 nonsense, we are really have to worry about is giant warring robots who come to earth to battle it out and then Skynet will push mankind to the brink. If you are going to believe in nonsense like 2012 we can’t help you, but the facts point to the eye in the sky…net.

I’ll be filling my underground bunker in Mexico until this day comes to pass.

You can read the article here. It has the video attached below as well.

The Truth about 2012 from NASA Lunar Science Institute on Vimeo.





Source of the Bitter: JAS

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